Articles by Margaret '15

Tensions Rise in Russia After Assassination

On Friday, Feb. 27, Boris Y. Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader and a well-known critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was fatally shot in Moscow. Two men, Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadayev, were arrested and charged for suspected involvement in Nemtsov’s murder, and three other suspected accomplices have also been jailed.

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Learn More: Teacher Dissertations Part 1

All PhD students must write a dissertation—a lengthy piece of original research meant to contribute to the scholarly community—in order to complete their degree and graduate from their program. After about six and a half years of work, history and social sciences instructor Tom Millar completed his PhD in American History at UCLA.

New Winch System Waiting For Caswell

By the start of the 2015-2016 school year, Marlborough will receive its first winch system—an arrangement of pulleys that will allow the AP lighting positions, or the lights that hang from the ceiling in Caswell Hall, to be lowered down to an approximate height of four or five feet from the floor.

Going Global: Comparing International Education

As American high school students brace themselves for the SAT or the American College Test (ACT), their peers around the world prepare for varied international exams, such as the Japanese National Center Test for University Admissions or the German Arbitur.